Senior Ji Soo Hwang was one of the top 5 scoring young women in all of New England on the AMC12B!
By virtue of her top 5 finish, Ji Soo was awarded an Akamai AMC12B certificate “in honor of [her] performance on the AMC 12B exam.”
Ji Soo’s AMC 12B score also propelled her to the USA Math Olympiad!
Congratulations Ji Soo!
The ’20-’21 NEML is now complete! After 6 thrilling rounds, Williston finished 16th out of 76 schools!
Please join me in congratulating the whole team!
Here are the top-scoring schools:
Here are Williston’s overall top scoring students:
Here are the top 3 Williston finishers by grade:
2021: Anfisa Bogdanenko, Na Kyung Lee, Kenshin Kadoya
2022: Vishal Ramvelu, Anita Hua, Francis Cataldo
2023: Avi Falk, Olivia Lu, Louisa Coughlin
2024: Joe Zhou, Crystal Tan, Charlotte Zeng
2025: Jack Berrien
The results are in from the 7th and 8th grade rounds of the New England Math League!
Yahya Wilson ’26 finished 6th in the 7th grade division and Jack Berrien ’25 finished 28th in the 8th grade! [Competitors from 30 schools from all around New England participated.]
Congratulations Yahya and Jack!
Ji Soo Hwang ’21 began the two-day USA Math Olympiad today. Each day she will have 4.5 hours to work on three proof-based problems. Good luck Ji Soo!
By virtue of her 249 index score (AMC12A + 10*AIME score), Ji Soo Hwang ’21 has qualified for the highly selective USA Math Olympiad!
The 2021 USAMO is a two-day event. Each day (April 13th and 14th), Ji Soo will be working on 3 different problems for 4.5 hours.
The top scorers on the USAMO go on to participate in the Math Olympiad Program, a summer program at Carnegie Mellon University. The main purpose of MOP, held since 1974, is to select and train the six members of the U.S. team for the International Mathematical Olympiad.
Good luck Ji Soo!